On Sept. 17, several large and small business prime contractors, subcontractors and civil-service teams were honored for their success and support of aerospace business with NASA’s Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Alabama, and for supporting NASA’s mission.
The awards were presented during the 2015 Industry & Advocates Awards ceremony, part of the annual Marshall Small Business Alliance meeting at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville. The awards honor those companies, teams and individuals that demonstrated success and sustainable achievement toward meeting NASA’s aerospace missions.
The 2015 award recipients include:
— Large Business Prime Contractor of the Year: Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc. of Huntsville
— Small Business Prime Contractor of the Year: Dynetics Technical Services of Huntsville
— Small Business Subcontractor of the Year: Willbrook Solutions Inc. of Huntsville
— Small Business Prime Contractor Excellence Award Recipients:
- Al-Razaq Computing Services of Houston
- ASRC Federal/Analytical Services Inc. of Huntsville
- Bastion Technologies of Houston
- Deltha-Critique NSS Joint Venture of New Orleans
- Info-Pro Corp. of Huntsville
— Small Business Subcontractor Excellence Award Recipients:
- Arcata Associates Inc. of Huntsville
- Certified Manufacturing Inc. of Holt, Florida
- Emerald City Initiatives Inc. of Huntsville
- ICO Rally of Palo Alto, California
- Stars & Stripes Aerospace of Palestine, Texas
— Mentor Protégé Agreement of the Year Award Recipients:
- Teledyne Brown Engineering Inc.
- Martin Federal Consulting LLC of Huntsville
— Procurement Person of the Year: Kimberly N. Williams
— Technical Person of the Year: Virginia B. Garrison
— Small Business Technical Coordinator of the Year: Kimberly L. Keith
— Program Person of the Year: Robert J. Devlin
The center-level award recipients in several categories — Large and Small Business Prime Contractors of the Year, Small Business Subcontractor of the Year, Technical Support Person of the Year and Procurement and Program Support Teams of the Year – are eligible candidates for the agency-level Small Business Industry Awards.
Established in 2007, the Small Business Alliance helps small businesses pursue NASA procurement and subcontracting opportunities. NASA civil service employees nominate eligible individuals and organizations for awards. A panel of NASA business procurement officials evaluates each nominee’s cost-conscious business practices, innovative processes and adoption of new technologies, as well as their overall contributions to NASA’s mission and the agency’s Small Business Program.
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